That My Glory May Sing Your Praise And Not Be Silent (Psalm 30:12)

The annually held event, Explosion of Joy, organized by Joyful Way Incorporated (JWI) on Monday, the 26th of December, 2016 is one encounter that will be treasured in the hearts of all the worshippers that gathered. Gratitude was awakened within the walls of the National Theatre when patrons from unimaginable spheres of life filled the seats to offer thanksgiving by raising their hearts and voices, lifting up praise and worship to the faithful Lord. The ceremony marked the launch of JWI’s 15th album, Grateful Hearts. It was evident in the charged atmosphere that there couldn’t have been a better way to officially wrap up the year than to be drenched in songs of appreciation, to stand in awe of the mighty works of the Lord and to patiently hope for the good things He has in store for the incoming year.

The event, which had both afternoon and evening sessions, pulled ready worshippers of over a thousand into the auditorium. The crowd consisted of friends and families, longstanding associates of the Joyful Way Family, as well as various individuals who sought to be a part of the marvelous worship experience.

The concert entailed a full package of choreography and song ministration by Joyful Way singers, Phase 2 (a younger generation of Joyful Way Incorporated made up of Senior High School students), Calvis Hammond as well as the special appearance of the guest artiste, Khaya Mthethwa, a South African singer-songwriter. As part of the package, Joyful Way  sang some songs on the new album including “You Are” and “Ɔdɔ Bɛn Nie” which sent the crowd on their feet, joining in the dancing and praising.

In his speech, the President of Joyful Way Incorporated, Stephen Otoo, expressed his joy at the success of the event and the victory attained by his team in their outreach programs through the fierce support of ministries, churches and corporate institutions. He recounted their Easter Crusade which was held in March and saw 120 Joyful Way members at Mafi-Kumase where they reached out to the natives of Mafi-Kumase, Adidome and Mafi Dadogboe through door-to-door evangelism, film shows and music crusades. He touched on the ministry’s success in their social responsibilities via a project dubbed “Operation Soul and Body” in which medical practitioners catered for the health needs of the people.He expressed profound gratitude to anyone who played a role in ensuring that their mission as a group to proclaim the gospel of salvation and to encourage revival among Christians was achieved. He further called on patrons to continue with their support through funds and other resources to empower the Joyful Way team execute their plans of embarking on more outreaches to the best of their abilities.
Joyful Way Incorporated began in Secondary institutions in Cape Coast as Christian music groups that evangelized mainly through songs. Tracing its origin to the year 1972, the ministry has flourished on the basis of The Word and their passion for Christian music. It has  a  growing membership with the sole  mandate of  proclaiming the gospel  of Salvation to expand the Kingdom.

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